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Martin Koby - April 20, 1999

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What happened to your house?

Well, we just walked away...

You didn't take...

...just walked away from it.

Yeah. And this woman kept the house?

Oh, there were many other people that lived in it.

So it was, it was a...

Community for shelter, whatever--whoever got--had pull with the, with the political leaders got the house because of...

The Communists had...

It's still standing. Anichka from, from Czechoslovakia, she went there for a visit. And I sent her you know, those uh, camera with the film, you know...


...that you throw away the camera.


And she took me some pictures.

And the house is still the same?

Oh, yeah, but it's different. It's not the same.

Oh, okay. So...

But it's--the house is still standing there.

It's still standing.

It's whitewashed. It has a uh, electric--an electricity line going to the house. Uh, it's whitewashed, because they have for black uh, uh, for black and white and they have a color.


??? so...

All right. So the war is uh, now over, let's say, right?

Yeah, it's '45, yes.

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